Zeitschrift für Diskursforschung/ Journal for Discourse Studies

Corpus Linguistics in Discourse Analysis: No Bodies and no Practices?

Zusammenfassung

In corpus linguistics, large amounts of text are analysed using quantitative methods, also for discourse-analytical purposes. However, these methods are limited at first glance because their analyses are restricted to the linguistic surface and do not do justice to the complexity of discourse, and culture. This becomes particularly clear from the perspective of practice theory, which sees body, space and time as constitutive factors of actions. I argue that corpus pragmatic methods can very well integrate the concept of practices into the analysis and show this with an example that uses methods of distributive semantics.

 

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Corpus Linguistics in Discourse Analysis: No Bodies and no Practices?
Zeitschrift für Diskursforschung (ISSN 2195-867X), Ausgabe 2, Jahr 2022, Seite 195 - 204

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Titel

Corpus Linguistics in Discourse Analysis: No Bodies and no Practices?

Zeitschrift

Zeitschrift für Diskursforschung (ISSN 2195-867X), Ausgabe 2, Jahr 2022, Seite 195 - 204

DOI

10.3262/ZFD2202195

Zitation

Noah Bubenhofer, Corpus Linguistics in Discourse Analysis: No Bodies and no Practices? (2024), Beltz Juventa, 69469 Weinheim, ISSN: 2195-867X, 2022 #2, S.195

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Verlag

Beltz Juventa

Autoren

Noah Bubenhofer

Schlagwörter

Culture
Kultur
Korpuslinguistik
Discourse
Diskurse
Corpus Linguistics
corpus pragmatics
distributional semantics
distributionelle Semantik
Korpuspragmatik